Show Review from the Birmingham Owl:

Harry Ford, topping the bill, appears as G. P. Huntley, a military officer who had been in the Boer War and found the battlefields 'in a dirty and rotten state'. This shows Harry in a 'new and superior form of entertainment'. 'His impersonation is as good as anything to be found in the world of musical comedy today'. It took until his third song and dance for Harry Brown to be appreciated, and he left the stage to cheers from the house.

Variety Show featuring Effie White – ‘in her original Kaleidoscope Dance’

  • Opening Night: 29 April 1907
  • Performance: 04 May 1907
  • Genre: Variety

1. Woolmer Young – actor / vocalist
2. The Tally Ho! Trio – ‘Monarchs of Mirth and Harmony’
3. Helen Charles – novel Drawing Room Entertainment
4. Harry Ford – comedian
5. The Lavelle Brothers – ‘quaint comedy acrobats’
6. Sam Spirn – entertainer on the Piano
7. Jack Hylton – eccentric comedian
8. Sylvia Du Barry – the eminent South American soprano
9. ‘A Night in Japan’ – a Japanese Love Story
10. Harry Brown – America’s Real Coloured Comedian and Song-Writer
11. Effie White – ‘in her original Kaleidoscope Dance’
12. The Barrascope Pictures – ‘Love Wins Out’

  • Number of Acts: 12
  • Number of Performances: 13
  • Performance Times: Monday to Saturday at 18:00 and 21:00 with a matinee performance on Thursday at 14:30
  • Circus: -0
  • Notes: -0